What does the arson of a black church and the Donald Trump campaign have in common?
Today they were regrettably linked in an obvious setup. And that’s all.
The 111-year-old Hopewell Baptist Church in Greenville, Miss., was torched at 9:15 p.m. EST by vandals and then spray painted with the words, “Vote Trump.” The arsonist(s) was thoughtful enough to use reflective paint to be sure that the words would show up in pictures.
What’s clear is that Trump supporters would never do such a thing.
Trump himself has consistently and vehemently denounced the Ku Klux Klan’s support of his presidential bid, but it is Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s secret connections to the KKK that are the most troubling. Hillary even eulogized KKK member and Senator Robert Byrd as a “friend and mentor.” She has also received more than $20,000 in donations from the KKK.
Clinton and the Democrats are racist, and they do little to hide it. Project Veritas released video of a major Democrat donor belittling the black community at a fundrasier for senate candidate Deborah Ross (D-NC).
Fordham School professor Benjamin Barber, the donor in the video, stated, “Blacks who are helping the other side are seriously (expletive) in the head. They’re only helping the enemy who will destroy them.”
Under pressure, Ross donated the Barber’s campaign contributions to a charity helping North Carolina Hurricane Matthew disaster relief efforts.
There are black voters who favor a Trump presidency. Katrina Rodgers, from the historically black Antioch Church in Charlotte, NC, said, “Supporting Hillary is like being with an abusive ex, one that you already know left you broken and wounded. At this point, give the new guy a chance.” She adds that Hillary Clinton and Democrat politics have hurt the black community.
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